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Email Step emailStorePartFilename

Description

Stores the filename of a message part. Fails if the message contains no parts or if the partIndex is invalid or if the part is an inline part with no filename.

Parameters

messageId
Required? yes
The message id.
property
Required? yes
The target property name.
description
Required? no
The description of this test step.
partIndex
Required? no, default is 0, the first part
The index of the message part of interest. If set for a Simple message, will search for a UU-encoded attachment within the message.
propertyType
Required? no, default is the "defaultPropertyType" as specified in the "config" element is used.
The target property type. Either "ant" or "dynamic".

Details

Here is an example of using the emailStorePartFilename step.

emailStorePartFilename
<steps>
    <emailSetConfig .../>

    <-- uuencoded message has 2 uuencoded attachments -->
    <emailStoreMessageId subject="/mailtest.*uu/property="mid1messageIndex="0"/>
    <emailStorePartFilename property="filename1_0messageId="#{mid1}partIndex="0"/>
    <verifyProperty name="filename1_0text="ok.gif"/>
    <emailStorePartFilename property="filename1_1messageId="#{mid1}partIndex="1"/>
    <verifyProperty name="filename1_1text="testDocLinks.pdf"/>

    <-- MIME message has 1 plain body part plus gif and pdf attachment parts -->
    <emailStoreMessageId subject="/mailtest.*mime/property="mid2messageIndex="0"/>
    <not description="expected to fail: text part of message is inline and has no filename">
        <emailStorePartFilename property="filename2_0messageId="#{mid2}partIndex="0"/>
    </not>
    <emailStorePartFilename property="filename2_1messageId="#{mid2}partIndex="1"/>
    <verifyProperty name="filename2_1text="ok.gif"/>
    <emailStorePartFilename property="filename2_2messageId="#{mid2}partIndex="2"/>
    <verifyProperty name="filename2_2text="testDocLinks.pdf"/>
</steps>

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